Lead Awareness

Description:

This course is intended for anyone who conducts or coordinates facility maintenance or remodeling (other than people who conduct actual lead abatement or remediation).

The Lead Awareness training will cover what lead is, where it comes from, its properties, and its historical perspectives. Upon completion of the course, users should be able to identify common materials that may contain lead or lead compounds.

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
None
Register:

To schedule an appointment call Chris Heidel at (608) 575-3628.

Asbestos Awareness

Description:

Comprehensive course to explain what asbestos is, the difference(s) between “friable” and “non-friable” asbestos, the health effects relating to contact, procedures for controlling and reporting asbestos exposure, and the identification of building materials containing asbestos.

This course is meant for anyone who does not perform abatement tasks, but occasionally works around asbestos.

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
None
Register:

To schedule an appointment call Chris Heidel at (608) 575-3628.

Workplace Safety

Description:

Workplace Safety is a umbrella course including modules such as Lockout/Tagout, Aerial Lift and other topics for operational staff.

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
Depends on modular topic
Register:
https://learnuw.wisc.edu/

Hazard Communication (Online)

Description:

This course covers the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). You will learn about GHS pictograms and hazard classes and how to read chemical labels and safety data sheets. This course should be taken by anyone who works with chemicals.

Audience

Everyone who works with chemicals

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
None
Register:
https://canvas.wisc.edu/enroll/JJHL3D

Hazard Communication Training (In Person)

Description:

his in-person class teaches you how to work safely with hazardous materials in a non-lab environment.

All departments on UW-Madison campus that work with or use hazardous chemicals in a non-laboratory environment (such as art studios, printing operations, custodial operations, etc.) must implement a Hazard Communication Program as per the Hazard Communication Standard, CFR 1910,1200 and Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.

Audience

Everyone who works with chemicals

Prerequisite:
None
Renewal:
None
Register:
https://www.ohrd.wisc.edu/OHRDCatalogPortal/Default.aspx?TK=5314